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Raytheon Intros Cyber Education Program in Kuwait, U.K.; Dave Wajsgras Quoted

Raytheon has expanded the geographic coverage of its cyber education and training initiatives to the U.K. and Kuwait. The company said Monday it partnered with Kuwait University, Lancaster University and University of Gloucestershire to conduct workshops aimed at providing students with hands-on experience to recognize and counter network security threats through the …

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Gerard Hueber: Raytheon Expands Missile Defense Portfolio, Dev’t Process for Navy

Gerard Hueber, vice president of business development for naval and area mission defense at Raytheon, has said the company has modernized its product development and sustainment processes for missile defense systems, Navy Recognition reported Monday. Hueber noted in an interview that Raytheon is adding new technologies such as active guidance …

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Army Aims to Deliver Battlefield Edge via Distributed Common Ground System; Raytheon’s Todd Probert Quoted

The U.S. Army plans to come up with an interconnected platform designed to collect and transmit intelligence data to warfighters as they navigate the battlefield through the Distributed Common Ground System-Army program, Defense One reported Thursday. Raytheon has demonstrated its proposed offering, FoXTEN, for the DCGS-A competition. “We’ve been maturing …

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Raytheon Intros Rifle Sight Tech for Close-Quarter Missions

Raytheon has unveiled a rifle optical technology designed to help military customers identify targets and obtain situational awareness when they operate in close quarters. ELCAN Specter 1XL is equipped with LED technology, multiple reticle options and a large high-transmission window that allows ground forces to keep both eyes open during missions, Raytheon …

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Raytheon’s Todd Probert: US Military Works With Industry to Protect Systems From Cyber Threats

Todd Probert, vice president of mission support and modernization at Raytheon, has said the U.S. military has been collaborating with industry to safeguard its systems from cyber threats and understand the risks posed by vulnerabilities, Bloomberg reported Tuesday. The military and Congress “must also increase funding specifically for cyber vulnerability …

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Raytheon, Army Develop Excalibur Projectile Variant

Raytheon and the U.S. Army have updated a precision-guided projectile built to operate with multiple artillery systems and help warfighters engage targets in secluded locations. Excalibur Shaped Trajectory is designed to reach a multistory facility via the building side, a bunker situated on a mountain slope’s opposite side or adversarial assets located under an …

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Raytheon-Rheinmetall Team to Offer Lynx for Army’s Next-Gen Combat Vehicle Program; Taylor Lawrence Quoted

Raytheon and Rheinmetall’s defense business have partnered to offer an optionally manned platform for the U.S. Army’s Next-Generation Combat Vehicle program. The industry team plans to propose the Lynx Infantry Fighting Vehicle for the service’s NGCV program that seeks to replace the Bradley combat vehicle, Raytheon said Monday. Army Futures …

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